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Jan 23, 2013 3:00pm EST
have created a foundation, and we focus on education. we focus on helping eliminate poverty in america, and we have very structured programs where we match employee gifts, and we're proud to save. >> you don't think the shareholders were angry about that or upset with that, or your first duty isn't to the shareholder? >> the shareholders would not have received -- would have received this and would have gone into our cash flow and more generally we have very substantial cash flow. we have no doubt. we're able to invest at the levels we want. >> okay. >> we're in a situation where we are able to return to our communities across america. >> i should have probably asked this first, but i'm going ask you as you let it go here. you're down 15 plus%. what do you make of that and say to the share holders who have been fleeing today? >> would i say it's a moment in time and stay tuned. >> who is morphicle, a shareholder or a shop cher. >> i would say shareholders are morphicle than shoppers. >> all right. good to see you. head together close, about 40 minutes left here. still holding to the ga
CNBC
Jan 18, 2013 3:00pm EST
, education and defense spending, that's one-third of the economy, that's where we think the money is going in the next five years. those areas are right for change and venture capitalists are looking at that straight on. one-third of gdp will be revolutionized we see in the next five years. >> wow. >> so we talked to the wrong two guys if we're looking for areas that are seeing a contraction in venture capital. i mean, you guys happen t in the sweet spot right now. brad, is that a fair assessment? >> that is correct. we're seeing a huge expansion in investment. and, you know, if you're looking for an area that is growing very, very quickly, health care i.t. is the place to be. >> health care i.t. and also what john is talking about because you've got mobility taking over. so much data. i like to say nothing is growing as fast as data. >> that's right. maria, mobility is a horizontal play. it affects education. it affects health care and affects security and affects retail. it's really important, and mobility is not just the four-inch screen that we think about. it's the seven-inch screen,
CNBC
Jan 15, 2013 4:00pm EST
to education. doesn't help our kids. doesn't help with health care. it helps the countries that loan us the money. >> and with that spike in interest rates goes along with a real market disruption, i guess, in equities. a pretty good sizable selloff in stock prices as well. senator, have you laid out a pretty gloomy picture for the next ten years. let's hope we get our arms around the debt. >> you keep laying it out because, you know, at some point, the stock market is rolling around and everything, because the stock market believes that no government could be as stupid as where these guys are headed, but they could. >> oh, really. >> yeah, exactly. good to have you on the program >> you bet. >> love talking with you always. coming by more often, would you, please. >> would love to. >> breaking news right now on dell. david faber with the story. >> reporter: thanks very much, maria. joining you on the phone from mid-town. want to fill in some gaps we have in terms of understanding what exactly is going on with the potential leveraged buyout of dell, and i think i can do that thi
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